Talk:Compulab EM-X270

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is there any word on the openness of drivers? a big part of the appeal of the neo is that the majority of the drivers (where legal) are open-source. any widespread adoption of these modules will probably stall straight away if there are no open drivers/useful documentation available [[User:Myfanwy|myfanwy]] 00:59, 7 November 2007 (CET)
 
is there any word on the openness of drivers? a big part of the appeal of the neo is that the majority of the drivers (where legal) are open-source. any widespread adoption of these modules will probably stall straight away if there are no open drivers/useful documentation available [[User:Myfanwy|myfanwy]] 00:59, 7 November 2007 (CET)
  
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in lieu of developing on actual hardware, an emulator would be mighty useful. does one exist for the compulab hardware? is it much of a process to put one together? [[User:Myfanwy|myfanwy]] 01:22, 7 November 2007 (CET)
 
in lieu of developing on actual hardware, an emulator would be mighty useful. does one exist for the compulab hardware? is it much of a process to put one together? [[User:Myfanwy|myfanwy]] 01:22, 7 November 2007 (CET)

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open-source drivers

is there any word on the openness of drivers? a big part of the appeal of the neo is that the majority of the drivers (where legal) are open-source. any widespread adoption of these modules will probably stall straight away if there are no open drivers/useful documentation available myfanwy 00:59, 7 November 2007 (CET)

emulation

in lieu of developing on actual hardware, an emulator would be mighty useful. does one exist for the compulab hardware? is it much of a process to put one together? myfanwy 01:22, 7 November 2007 (CET)

Personal tools

is there any word on the openness of drivers? a big part of the appeal of the neo is that the majority of the drivers (where legal) are open-source. any widespread adoption of these modules will probably stall straight away if there are no open drivers/useful documentation available myfanwy 00:59, 7 November 2007 (CET)

emulation

in lieu of developing on actual hardware, an emulator would be mighty useful. does one exist for the compulab hardware? is it much of a process to put one together? myfanwy 01:22, 7 November 2007 (CET)